Sergio Ramos reportedly will accept a pay cut to secure his future at Real Madrid as the protracted saga about his future takes another twist.
The Bernabeu club are currently only offering the 35-year-old defender a one-year contract extension, in accordance with their policy for older players.
Outlets in Spain reported on Wednesday that PSG have made the Barcelona captain a two-year contract offer.
But the club captain wants the security of a two-year deal and, according to Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo, is willing to reduce his £315,000-a-week wages to get it.
It remains to be seen whether the trade-off is acceptable to Real but the Spain international is due to meet president Florentino Perez for discussions in the coming days.
There will have to be action taken quickly if Ramos is to stay at the club he signed for in 2005 as he would be able to leave for nothing in just a couple of months.